In December, the most expensive home sold in New Jersey was a stunning waterfront property in Avalon, NJ. The home, located at 310 70th St, Avalon, NJ was sold for $9,850,000 by Stephan Frame of Diller & Fisher Realtors.
New Jersey Real Estate: Sold Statistics
- 310 70th Street, Avalon, NJ
- 7 Bedrooms
- 6.5+ Bathrooms
- 0.26 Acre Lot
- Sold for $9,850,000
New Jersey Real Estate: 310 70th Street, Avalon, NJ
This stunning home on the bay, located in the prime South end of Avalon, exemplifies the art and elegance of luxury living. With everything you could ever wish for and more, this home is truly expansive in every sense.
The custom home, designed and built by Scott Bishop and Harbaugh Developers, spans over 6,300 sq. ft. and sits on a generous lot of 13,000 sq. ft. It features 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths, and 2 half baths, all elegantly appointed.
The first floor has 3 bedrooms, each with their own private baths, while the second floor has 4 bedrooms, also with private full bathrooms. Both floors have spacious family rooms, ideal for relaxing after a day at the beach.
The kitchen on the second floor is a chef’s dream, equipped with high-end appliances, trim work, and finishes. No detail was spared when it comes to amenities, as this home caters to customers with the utmost taste.
A custom game room will keep the kids entertained, while a private glassed-in office will allow you to work from home in style.
Outside, you will find a large pool and cabana, 2 boat slips, and expansive decks, perfect for outdoor dining and entertainment. The third floor is reserved for the master suite, which has its own private fitness area. A 4-stop elevator makes it easy to access any floor of this magnificent home.
This bay-front palace is located in an unbeatable location, close to the finest beaches the East Coast has to offer.
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This New Jersey property was listed by Stephan Frame with Diller & Fisher Realtors.
Photos: Diller and Fisher Realtors
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